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Charter Hall Retail REIT (CQR.AX)

CQR.AX on Australia Stock Exchange

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Latest Key Developments (Source: Significant Developments)

Charter Hall Retail REIT executes contract to divest Gladstone Square
Thursday, 15 Jun 2017 06:45pm EDT 

June 16 (Reuters) - Charter Hall Retail REIT ::Executed a contract to divest Gladstone Square for $31.5 million.Declares a distribution of 14.0 cents per unit for half year ending 30 June 2017.  Full Article

Charter Hall Retail REIT announces operational update for quarter ended March 31
Monday, 1 May 2017 09:47pm EDT 

May 2 (Reuters) - Charter Hall Retail REIT :Reit confirms that FY17 guidance for operating earnings is expected to be 30.4 cents per unit.Distribution payout ratio range for FY17 is expected to remain between 90% and 95% of operating earnings.In quarter ended mar 31, occupancy remained stable at 98.0% with specialty sales growth at 0.5%.  Full Article

Charter Hall Retail REIT says HY revenue $108.1 mln
Sunday, 19 Feb 2017 05:51pm EST 

Charter Hall Retail REIT : HY revenue from ordinary activities $108.1 million versus $106.4 million last year . HY profit attributable to members $178.9 million versus $104.4 million .Entered into an unconditional contract to sell Rosehill Woolworths supermarket for $13.0 million.  Full Article

Charter Hall sees FY17 operating earnings of 30.4 cents per unit
Sunday, 19 Feb 2017 05:44pm EST 

Charter Hall Retail Reit - : Reit's fy17 guidance for operating earnings is expected to be 30.4 cents per unit .fy17 distribution payout ratio range is expected to remain between 90% and 95%.  Full Article

Charter Hall Retail REIT reaffirms its FY 2016 guidance
Sunday, 8 May 2016 10:12pm EDT 

Charter Hall Retail REIT : Qtrly occupancy remained stable at 98.3% . Reit reaffirms its FY 2016 guidance for operating earnings of between 30.25 and 30.75 cents per unit .Says the distribution payout ratio range is expected to remain between 90% and 95% for FY 2016.  Full Article